After the World Trade Center was attacked on September 11th, 2001, upending thousands of lives in the process, many victims considered filing lawsuits against the airlines that allowed hijackers onto their planes as well as financers of the terrorist attacks. Lawmakers were worried that these lawsuits could potentially bankrupt commercial airline carriers, which was why the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund and the WTC Health Program were both created.
Billions of dollars in compensation have been paid to victims and their families in New York and other residencies. A portion of the funds was used to pay injured first responders. The funds were supposed to pay for healthcare expenses that were accrued due to injuries and cancer victims developed as a result of 9/11.
Broughton Partners works with law firms to help them find qualified 9/11 victim plaintiffs who are in need of legal representation to file for damages. Our main goal is to provide our clients with the qualified 9/11 victim claimants they need. Contact our team to learn more about our services and to start helping more 9/11 claimants.